Yes and you may be charged later depending on what you mean by you and her got into it. Please DO NOT post any details here but talk with a local attorney as soon as possible. Just because you were released does not mean they won't charge you later.
Contact a local attorney as soon as possible. If you have been subpoenaed to testify, you will need to show up or there could be dire consequences. You need consult a local attorney so you will know your rights.
I would consult a local attorney at your earliest convenience. Your probation may end up being tolled until a probation revocation hearing occurs (meaning that you may end up with more than five months to go on probation).
It may or may not show up depending on several factors such as whether you're still on probation, in what court you received the SIS and how thorough of a check they do. Being honest about it may be your best bet. If they ask if you have received an SIS, the honest answer is yes. If they ask if you have a conviction, an SIS is not a conviction. If you do not tell them about it and they still see the SIS they may feel that you were trying to hide it from them. Feel free to call me and we...